Mica, Cluj

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Location of Mica
Location of Mica
Coordinates: 47°8′45″N 23°55′50″E / 47.14583°N 23.93056°E / 47.14583; 23.93056Coordinates: 47°8′45″N 23°55′50″E / 47.14583°N 23.93056°E / 47.14583; 23.93056
Country Romania
County Cluj County
Component villages Dâmbu Mare, Mănăstirea, Mica, Nireș, Sânmărghita, Valea Cireșoii, Valea Luncii
Population (2002)
 • Total 3,854

Mica (Hungarian: Mikeháza; German: Michelsdorf) is a commune in Cluj County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Dâmbu Mare (Nagydomb), Mănăstirea (Szentbenedek), Mica, Nireș (Szásznyíres), Sânmărghita (Szentmargita), Valea Cireșoii (Décseipataktanya) and Valea Luncii (Lunkatanya).

Mănăstirea village is the site of Kornis Castle.


According to the census from 2002 there was a total population of 3,836 people living in this commune. Of this population, 70.77% are ethnic Romanians, 28.12% are ethnic Hungarians and 0.06% ethnic Romani.[1]